Warc Prizes

Rewarding effective communications

Latest news: Social Prize shortlist announced

Warc Prize for Social Strategy

30 entries have made the shortlist for the 2016 Social Prize, which recognises 'social by design' ideas that have driven business results.

The entries are being judged by industry luminaries from around the world. The Chair of Judges is Gian Fulgoni, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Emeritus of comScore, Inc.

Read the full case studies from 10 markets and a wide range of business sectors.

Warc Media Awards

The 2016 Warc Media Awards were launched on 26 May to recognise comms planning which has made a positive impact on business results.

The $40,000 prize fund is spread over four categories and each one has its own 10-strong judging panel and set of Special Awards.

The categories are Effective use of tech, effective channel integration, effective use of partnerships & sponsorships and best use of data.

The Admap Prize

The winners of the 2016 Admap Prize, on the topic "How should marketing adapt to the era of personalisation?" have been published in the June issue of Admap.

The $5,000 Gold award was won by Oliver Feldwick, Head of Digital Strategy at CHI & Partners, for his essay 'The uncanny valley of personalisation'.

The Prize encourages and rewards excellence in strategic thinking in brand communications.

Warc Prize for Asian Strategy

Entries to the 2016 Asia Prize are now closed. Check back for the shortlist in September.

The Prize gives recognition for strategic thinking that has driven business results in Asia

Get inspiration from the winners of the 2015 Prize, which awarded the Grand Prix to Idea Cellular and Mullen Lowe Lintas Group India for 'The 'fool-proof' internet service' campaign.

Warc Prize for Innovation

The winners of the 2016 Innovation Prize, a global showcase for innovative thinking that delivers tangible results, were announced at an event in London on 11 May.

The $5,000 Grand Prix was won by Vodafone's Between us campaign, by Y&R Team Red Istanbul, Mindshare and Ogilvy PR.

The $1,000 Special Awards went to campaigns for Volvo Cars UK, SmartLife, Rip Curl and The American Red Cross.